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How to Study effectively

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You all must have heard that smart work is better than hard work. The same applies when one has to study. It is crucial to maintain the right balance between studying and daily activities. Of course, you can’t spend all the time studying. If you master the skill to study efficiently instead of more, you could really save yourself some time and still get good grades. Let’s discuss some tips on studying efficiently and effectively to help you create a balanced life for yourself.

Take Handwritten Notes 

Writing the notes by hand is always the key to effective learning. It allows you to better recall all the information presented in your lecture. While it might seem like laptops are more efficient for note-taking, it’s more likely that students taking notes this way will just copy the subject material without thinking much about it. Moreover, taking notes by hand allows you to draw little pictures or diagrams quite easily. This can be really advantageous to your learning if you’re a visual learner.

Practice Multiple Ways of Learning

Our next piece of advice is to study the same information repeatedly in multiple ways. So, instead of just reading your notes again, why not write them down again or watch a video on the subject and teach it to your classmates. This can be useful in helping identify gaps in your knowledge on the subject. Studying in multiple ways allows you to stimulate different parts of the brain, which in turn can help you grasp much faster. It is ideal t if you’re aiming for studying efficiently and effectively.

Get rid of distractions

This might be the hardest for everyone but it is certainly the most important one. Do your absolute best to stay away from any distractions! Whether it’s your phone, laptop or television series, or social media networking, you must know how to create a balance between them and your studies. Focus on studying by revising your notes and giving it time as well. Leave your distractions at home if you have to go anywhere. Stay away from electronic devices after dinner time. It will help you relax and prepare you for the upcoming day in a better way.

Review periodically

Being consistent helps you study effectively. Instead of waiting until the week before exams start, you should be able to give time to your studies on a daily basis. Set up a weekly schedule or a timetable where you give at least a couple of hours every day, especially to the subjects you find tougher. Keeping up to date on all the material you’ve covered will help you feel less stressed during exams because you will have retained so much of the course content already. Also, reviewing periodically could help you make connections with old and new material depending on your learning experience.

Seek Guidance

If there’s a concept you really can’t understand, don’t let it keep you from moving forward. Instead, seek assistance and get your concepts right on time. There’s no point in wasting countless hours trying to understand one small concept when you could just ask your Teacher or Professor easily. Don’t let a communication gap happen between you and your teachers. The more you ask the more confidence you become! Teachers are the experts of the course and will likely be able to help you. You can continue moving forward and not waste too much time on one single thing. In a nutshell, leading a more balanced life is a key to studying effectively. If you follow all these tips you will be able to succeed and get good grades.

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